Daily Archives: August 8, 2011

M-Class flare erupts from very turbulent sunspot 1263

August 9, 2011 – M-CLASS SOLAR FLARE: Sunspot 1263 produced an impulsive M3-class solar flare on August 8th at 1810 UT. In Falmouth, Maine, amateur astronomer John Stetson happened to be observing the sun and he caught the sunspot in … Continue reading

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March 11 earthquake in Japan breaks icebergs from Antarctica shelf

August 9, 2011 – ANTARCTICA – Kelly Brunt, a cryosphere specialist at Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., and colleagues were able to link the calving of icebergs from the Sulzberger Ice Shelf in Antarctica following the Tohoku Tsunami, which … Continue reading

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Powerful eruptive blast reported at Indonesia’s Mount Karangetang volcano

August 8, 2011 – INDONESIA – A volcano that has been spewing lava and clouds of searing gas high into the air has let out a new, powerful burst, sending panicked villagers streaming down the sides of the mountain. A … Continue reading

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Pathogenic fungi triggered by climate change killed world’s forests in the past

August 8, 2011 – LONDON – An aggressive tree-killing fungi triggered by climate change helped to accelerate the demise of the world’s forests more than 250 million years ago, according to a multinational teams of scientists. Scientists from Utrecht University, … Continue reading

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